Take your allied career to the next level with travel employment
Travel health employment is a rewarding and increasingly popular way to develop your allied career. With career-building opportunities, exciting destinations and new adventures, many clinicians have discovered that travel allied health jobs are a perfect fit for their allied careers — as well as their lifestyles!
When you become a Club Staffing traveler, you get the flexibility of deciding when and where you work, and the choice of the nation’s best allied health jobs. Thanks to our status as a company of AMN Healthcare, the nation’s largest provider of medical staffing services, Club Staffing offers more allied career opportunities in more locations than any other allied health staffing company, along with better pay and benefits than most non-travel health jobs.
Physical Therapist (PT) - Physical therapists work with individuals recovering and/or adapting to injuries or disabling physical conditions. READ MORE
Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) - PTAs work with a physical therapist to assist patients with their therapeutic treatments.
Occupational Therapist (OT) - Occupational therapists work with individuals who suffer from mental, physical, developmental and/or emotionally disabling conditions.
Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant (COTA) - COTAs assist occupational therapists in treating patients with rehabilitative activities and exercises.
Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) - Speech-language pathologists treat disorders related to speech, language and cognitive communication.
Respiratory Therapist (RT) - RTs provide treatment and care for patients with breathing or other cardiopulmonary disorders.
Radiation Therapist - Radiation therapists use radiation to treat patients with cancerous tumors.
Radiologic Technologist - This profession works with medical imaging equipment to diagnose injuries and diseases.
Nuclear Medicine Technologist - Nuclear medicine techs administer radioactive pharmaceuticals and monitor the function of tissues and organs.
MRI Technologist - MRI techs use magnetic resonance imaging technology to diagnose patients’ internal injuries.
CT Technologist - CT techs utilize computed tomography scans to diagnose injuries to the head, neck and spine.
Ultrasound Technician - Ultrasound techs use medical ultrasonography to assess various medical conditions.
Polysomnography Technologist - Polysom techs work with patients to diagnose and treat various sleeping disorders.
Cardiovascular Technologist - Cardio techs assist doctors with diagnosing and treating ailments of the cardiovascular system.
Medical Technologist - Medical laboratory technologists, also
known as medical laboratory scientists, test and analyze bodily tissues, fluids,
and other samples.
Medical Laboratory Technician - Medical laboratory technicians work in hospitals or
physician offices performing chemical, immunologic, microscopic, and
bacteriological analyses of bodily fluids.
Histotechnologist - A histotechnologist is an allied health
professional that prepares human tissue specimens for testing, assisting the pathologist
in examination and diagnostics.